The Pembroke Peninsula has always been a great place for doing nothing. If you want, you can simply spend your days lounging on a beach, and while away your evenings in a favorite restaurant.
But increasing numbers of visitors are discovering that Pembrokeshire is also an ideal centre for activity holidays.
Experienced rock—climbers are attracted by the challenge of the limestone sea-cliffs, while surfers and board-sailers ride the waves at Freshwater West.
And the sheltered waters of Milford Haven offer ideal conditions for water-skiers and day-sailors.
Focus for water sports in the area is the new Water-sports Centre at East Llanion where the Cleddau River Centre attracts boating enthusiasts from a wide area.
Qualified instructors offer tuition in the handling of all kinds of craft, from canoes to catamarans and powerboats. Visitors are welcome, whether joining a residential course or just for a boat-trip on the river.
The Pembroke Peninsula is also a paradise for anglers. There is good shore fishing, especially for bass, while boats can be hired at various harbours to reach the offshore fishing grounds.
There is also coarse fishing available at Bosherston lily-ponds.
And for golfers, there is the eighteen-hole course at Pembroke Dock, while several of the county’s other courses are within easy reach.